Tenor and bass/baritone to assist with choral training for a community choir. Georgian Bay concert choir has received funding to engage two trained vocalists – one tenor and one bass/baritone – to:

  • provide leadership to choral sections under the guidance of the music director;
  • provide ear training, sight reading and vocal training to adults
  • assist the sections at rehearsals
  • appear at community performances and musical events as negotiated, a few times throughout the year, to help promote the GBCC in the community

The role requires weekly travel to Owen Sound on Tuesday evenings, starting as soon as possible until June 2013. Remuneration will include mileage plus service fees. Candidates should have a post-secondary degree in vocal music and experience working with adults.

For information contact director@www.georgianbayconcertchoir.org or 519-534-1242.

6 thoughts on “Wanted”

  1. What day and time do you rehearse?
    Not too sure about the section leading as I have abysmal piano and sight reading skills, but I’d be interested in joining.
    I do have a B. Mus as an opera baritone from Mt. Allison University under James Stark. Unfortunately, years of factory work has taken its toll on my vocal quality.


    1. Alexander, Jim:

      I’ve passed your contact information to the Choir Director, Regan and the President, Carol .

  2. Trying to contact Jackie Mersich/ Dan Lenz about the new male vocal training program as described in the Sun Times on Oct. 26th. I am interested in following up on the program, and just need to know when, where?

  3. Like Jim, above. Have not sung in a choir since grade school and I can’t read music. I’m game if you are. Cheers, Eric

  4. I recently moved to Tobermory in June of this year and have been researching musical groups in the area. This vocal position has caught my eye and would like more information. I am a retired Secondary School teacher of strings, vocal and band. I performed with the Woodstock Choralaires for approximately four years under Doug Shippey. I was a former Head of Music at Ingersoll District Collegiate Institute and also taught Suzuki Violin at the Forest City Talent Education School with Professor Patrick Burroughs.

    I am anxious to find out more about the position and look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience

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